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post #1 of 19 Old 12-31-2010, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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Installing Injectors?

I have a friend who asked if i could install injectors in his 6.0. I am very familiar with my 7.3s and good under the hood of a truck. Is this a job I could do in my normal garage? I havent heard of anyone doing this on their own? should I just send him to a shop for this?

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ive done it and its pretty easy and from what i hear a little easier the the 7.3. but ive never done a 7.3 so i cant compare. its very doable

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Its pretty easy. Takes a long T40 to get the injectors out. Only thing that most people wont have. I cant comment on how it compares to a 7.3 injector install.

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Are they under the valve covers too?

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i think it was a t30 and a t20? i cant remember. remember to buy the oring kit as well.

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yea there under the valve covers


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Seems like the same design as the 7.3 an easy afternoon thing right?

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probably 2 hours on drivers side longer on passanger side.

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be sure to pull the pass side finder well. it makes it alot easier to get to the valve cover bolts.
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I have done both and the only real difference is on the 6.0's you have to remove a lot more stuff to get it done. Not difficult though.

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